U.S. to Send Experimental Drugs to Liberia to Treat Doctors with Ebola
The Obama administration and the Food and Drug Administration have authorized sending sample doses of an experimental drug to Liberia in an effort to treat doctors infected with Ebola. The drugs would be delivered this week by a World Health Organization representative. More than 961 people have died from hemorrhagic fever in Sierra Leone, Liberia, Guinea and Nigeria in what is now the largest Ebola outbreak in history.
By Jordan Moses
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